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brown clip. it's going to be good for that. this weekend if you haven't done it with the little ones. get out there and find your pumpkins. weather wise -- find your marbles too while you're at it. we've got temperatures this morning 40s and 50s with 64 by noon. sun is going to come out. we're starting out with a few clouds now but sun will be up by noon if not earlier. a high 71. a 5:00 p.m. temperature of 69 degrees. cloudy skies with us. they continue to stream in from the southwest. showers have been persisting along the coastal areas from delaware up toward southern new england now. we've seen some spotty drizzle overnight. you may run into a wet street or to. visibilities, westminster down to a quarter mile. fog on the eastern shore toward salisbury and in the mountains of western maryland and west virginia. but we're doing pretty good here except for the chilly temperatures to our northwest like 41 in winchester and cumberland. we start out with temperatures well up in the 50s going into the low 70s. 6:00 a.m. straight up, here's monika with timesaver traffic. accident lienup on powder
mill road west of the bw parkway. also up in burtonsville, route 198 west of route 29. other than that we're just finding the volume now forming coming in from the west on the inbound side of 66. manassas into centreville. toll road looks great. sterling, herndon, reston all the way through tysons as well. you'll be just final. let's take a live -- just fine. let's take a live look outside. here on the beltway in college park, no issues till you get to 95. then of course it slows down a bit approaching university boulevard. no problems right now, though, as you head past that into bethesda. let's go back over to our maps. this time we'll head over to the inside of the beltway. 395 is beginning to slow down just a bit around landmark. no problems across the 14th street bridge. we're looking good on the 11th street bridge as well. a quick look in northeast, new york avenue here at bladensburg road. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:11. today the washington nationals host the st. louis cardinals in game three of the national league division series. >> let's go, nats.
this is the first major league baseball post-season game to come to the district in nearly eight decades. how do you like that? kristin fisher joins us live. she is on the field at the beautiful nats park. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. if only i could just stay here, right? we're just seven hours away from the start of the first post-season game ever here at nats park. if you are one of the fans lucky enough to be coming down here, you know you've got to be rocking the red, right? if you do, look at this. this is a brand new shirt that has just come out. eight going to go on sale at 10:30 this morning. so come on down, pick it up. there's going to be lots of other post-season merchandise on sale that we haven't even seen yet. so it should be some good stuff. now, i want to go over some logistics for all you guys. it's going to be absolutely insane here. i want to make sure if you are coming, you know what to do, where to go, when things open, that sort of stuff. the most important thing that everybody here is telling me is make sure you bring the right
ticket. it sounds silly but the ticket you need to bring says nlds home game one. there's some confusion because this is game three. there's a concern people might be bringing game three tickets. don't do that. check your ticket very well. make sure you bring nlds home game 1. gates open at nats park at 10:30 this morning. two and a half hours prior to game time. the box office will be opening an hour and a half earlier at 9:00 a.m. this is important, people, because if you still want to come to this game, you can still come. there are a limited quantity of standing room only tickets still available but you can only get them at 9:00 when the box office opens. so come on down. get here early. we'll be out there. we'll probably try to interview you while you're in line. it's just such an exciting day. there's nobody here yet and you can already feel the energy. there are folks making sure the field is ready, the seats are
clean. they're hosing down the dugout. lots of activity here even though we're still a ways away. several hours away from the first pitch. one more thing. when you get here and gates open at 10:30, they're going to have something a bit different than during the regular season. for instance, they're going to have live music taking place. the miller light scoreboard walk once the gates open. 30,000 fans are going to be receiving promotional items at each post-season game. they'll likely be distributed at all the gates. then there's stuff for the kids. face painting, balloon art, caricatures. there's going to be a lot of activity out here. it's just so neat to be standing out here on the field where our boys are going to be playing in just a few short hours. i'm so excited. my natitude has ignited. how about you? you coming to the game? >> we're going to try to get tickets. it's not easy. >> all right, kristin. just a few hours away. 6:05 now.
in less than a month, all of the americans will be headed to the polls, at least those that are registered to vote for president. >> astaire a mergener -- as tara mergener reports, voters in ohio will probably decide who wins. >> reporter: mitt romney and his supporters have a new message for president obama. romney has three more campaign stops in ohio today for a very good reason. no republican has won the presidency without carrying ohio. >> i want you to go out there and find someone who voted for barack obama and get him to come join our team. >> reporter: romney's ohio poll numbers are surging as more voters are connecting. >> this country is a country of equal opportunity. i think that everybody has an equal chance to succeed and i think romney kind of is for that. >> reporter: president obama is back in washington today.
his election staff is still in ohio. the obama campaign has 1 ten field offices -- 120 field offices spread across the pivotal state. in columbus the president reminded voters which candidate supported the industry bailout. >> we invented a dying auto industry that supports one in eight ohio jobs and has come roaring back to the top of the world. >> reporter: ohio senior citizen bill todd believes the president has earned another four years in the white house. >> he's got my vote because four years ago the country was in bad shape. he's done everything he possibly could from the day he went in office. >> reporter: romney is spending four of the next five days in ohio. the president is also certain to be back during the final weeks of this very tight race. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. tomorrow it will be vice president joe biden and romney's running mate paul ryan squaring off in their only debate before election day. here to talk about what each man has to do and not do is the
white house correspondent for "u.s.a. today." good to have you back with us. before we started our interview, you said the obama administration has to stop the bloodletting or as you said bedwetting. that's the onerous on joe biden tomorrow because the president's performance was not good. >> it wasn't good. not that mitt romney beat president obama -- i'm not sure if he did, but barack obama did not look good last week. what vice president biden has to do is stop the bleeding. >> what does paul ryan need to do to keep the momentum going that mitt romney accelerated last week? >> both these candidates are really smart guys that know washington, know how buckets work. -- budgets work. that's what paul ryan's specialty is. he has to show his expertise. this is a great opportunity for
him to introduce himself to the american people again and to show take he's somebody that we can credibly believe is one heart beat away frbing president -- from being president. >> we don't vote for vice president. we do vote for them but you know what i'm saying. that's not why you go to the polls and elect the top of the ticket. does the debate really mean that much in the long run? >> typically these debates are memorable for gaffes and faults. >> joe biden has provided us many. >> but he's a great debater. he was fantastic four years ago and walk add fine line against a candidate that was considered to be a lightweight. so he had to show that he was one, a heavy which he was but not crush her. he did both of those things. he backed up the president's positions. it was a little easier position than he is in now, but this is a guy that knows what he's doing. >> paul ryan has to talk to us
in normal terms because he's been accused of being very wonkish on his fiscal policy. >> right. i can't explain how the tax cut works for you in five minutes. you better look it up. he's going to have to do better than that. >> we'll be watching and so will you be watching. and aamer, beginning at 9:00 a.m., "u.s.a. today" reporters will be live blogging tomorrow about what the candidates say. you can see that live via our website wusa9.com. we will also have live streaming of the debate on our website. make sure your television is tuned to channel 9 to watch the debate which starts at 9:00 p.m. tomorrow. then log on to wusa9.com. at 11:00, join derek mcginty and anita brikman as they fact check what the candidates say with the "u.s.a. today" fact checking team. that's all thursday night. we'll be right back. howard is up next with the forecast.
welcome back. it's 6:12 and 58 degrees. monika here with your timesaver traffic. the beltway here at pennsylvania avenue looks great. no problems to report in prince george's county. in charles county an accident involving a tractor-trailer, northbound route 5 after gallon green road. also southbound bw parkway ramp to powder mill road, two separate accidents. i'll be back with more coming up in a few minutes. it is 6:12. jessica doyle is back and she has another your money report. >> she says look out, drivers.
there's something you need to be aware of this morning. >> that's right. this morning goes out to people who have had an air bag replaced in the last three years. if this is you, auto industry officials say the national highway traffic safety administration has alerted them that thousands of car owners may be driving vehicles with counterfeit air bags. some of those air bags can actually fail to inflate. an official announcement could come as soon as today on the story. we will keep you covered on this one. need a cab? there's a new app for that. today my taxi launches here in d.c., itself first city in the u.s. to get the popular system from europe. you heard how the system works first this morning right here on 9news now. >> press the button and then you see all the taxis around you. the first one accepts your request. you can follow on the screen when the taxi is arriving, where the taxi is at and you have a countdown showing you when to go outside so you don't have to wait in the rain. >> the app is free for smartphones. riders won't pay any more for
their fares than the standard rate. cabbies will pay 99 cents a ride starting next year. if you bought a new white or silver car this year, our tea good company. those have been the top vehicle color choices. 22% of cars and trucks built for the 2012 model year have white paint. silver at 20%. black in third place followed by gray and red. and if you love beer, this news is for you. out of 150 countries studied, it takes the least amount of time to earn a beer in the united states. swiss bank ubs says it takes americans just five minutes on the job to earn a beer. that works out to be -- if you're doing the math, 480 beers over a 40-hour workweek. i like it here. we're number one for beer. >> thank you, jess. here's our number one morning meteorologist -- the only one -- here's howard.
[ laughter ] >> thank you, andrea. >> give him a beer. >> weather wise, a little cool, a little damp this morning but it's going to be a great afternoon. i'll get you later. sunshine and temperatures warmer than they have been. we'll make 70 degrees. let's start you off with a look at bus stop forecast. big range in temps. we have low 40s in western maryland in the northern shenandoah valley. mid and upper 50s d.c. south and east. this patchy fog, spotty drizzle. we're going to burn that stuff off in a few hours. it will be much betterly lunch time. by 11:00 sunny, 62. this afternoon mid-60s. at 1:00 p.m. nats park, first pitch 107. then this afternoon we're going up to around 71 for the high. that happen abouts 4:00 or so. 5:00 -- happens about 4:00 or so. 5:00 69 degrees. decent to the right home. this morning uniform across the region with mid-50s in anne arundel and prince george's county. you see the 56 in crofton. 55 in upper marlboro. 56 in alexandria. a degree or two cooler in
montgomery county. rockville and bethesda at 54. same story in fairfax and reston. our cool spot northern loudoun county lovettsville 46. some cloudiness out there. decent visibility. it's not as clear as it has been the last couple of mornings. 57 with a south wind at 3 and humidity at 88%. those winds will kick up out of the southwest ahead of a cold front headed our way. you can certainly see that front with 50s from nashville, 60s in dallas and 30s north and west of that boundary. some 20s from casper in bismarck. this cooler air is moving off to the south and east. we'll be 70, 72 this afternoon. the next couple of days once this front passes late this afternoon, we'll cool down. looking at highs in the mid-60s before we rebound tomorrow. you do see the front with the showers through detroit. looks like most of that moisture is going to stay north of the mason-dixon line. as we look at the future cast, we'll see the early clouds really get the kick out of here. it will be kicked out of here as the front approaches. southwesterly winds. sunshine here at 1:00.
there's the front but comes through as a thin line of cloudiness at about 6:00, 7:00. behind it the winds kick up northwesterly. so a little bit breezy and certainly cooler or chillier tonight than what we're dealing with this morning. 71 this afternoon. we'll turn sunny. going to be a nice day. tonight mid-40s in town. mid- to upper 30s north and west. in our far western mountains in toward west virginia, we've got a freeze watch out for tonight. cool tomorrow, 64. friday 66 with maybe a couple of clouds in the afternoon. saturday looks nice, upper 60s. how about sunday? going up to baltimore or fed ex field for the football games, looking good. mid- to upper 70s. monday and tuesday depends on what happens along the coast. chance of showers later monday into tuesday. 6:17. here comes monika with timesaver traffic. you put a little sweater on i see. >> it's a little chilly in here. southbound bw parkway on the ramp to powder mill road. two separate accidents. crews are there. it may slow you down as you head southbound on the bw parkway approaching powder mill road. although it's on the ramp it
may still slow you down on the bw parkway itself. 270 looks great. no issues as you travel out of frederick down toward clarksburg. we'll take a live look outside and show what you it looks like on the beltway in college park. no irks to report as cow -- issues to report as you come around the bend to silver spring. this time into virginia. northbound 95 no issues at all from woodbridge into spring field. just a bit slow there. we'll take a live look and as i said, just the brake lights forming here at route 644. a quick look at one more graphic if you're going to the nats game today. you might just want to consider metro. navy yard has two entrances. but metro is suggesting that you use the blue and orange line to capitol south station. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:25. back to you guys. >> all right. it is 6:18. time for the question of the morning. >> are you hungry? 3% of americans according to "u.s.a. today" admit to eating in one of these places. it's just 3%. a reminder here. 3% eating on the floor, a, b, in the tub, or c, in the bed. >> rihanna booker likes eating
welcome back. 6:22. your weather first on this wednesday morning. have some drizzle but we're going to sun sunny in a few hours. your day planner starting out with the low clouds and a little bit of fog here and there. we'll be nice by the middle of the morning. 11:00 62. lunch time temps in the mid- 60s. so looking sweet for the nats this afternoon weather wise with high temperatures getting to about 71 degrees. enjoy. good morning, everybody. when the redskins return to the practice field today, it looks like their fearless leader will join them. after undergoing several concussion tests the past two days, robert griffin iii is
reportedly been cleared to practice. now, this doesn't guarantee that he'll be able to play sunday against minnesota, but it is of course a very good sign. rg3 will participate in noncontact drills and be evaluated all week long. only a couple of players on the nationals roster have actual playoff experience. several of the young guys say players like jason werth around adam la roche and today's starting pitcher edwin jackson have been a wealth of knowledge before and during the post season. now they hope that experience pays off with jackson on the mound. the nationals were all smiles yesterday in a voluntary practice. monday night's crushing loss by st. louis 150e78d just like a distant -- seemed just like a distant memory. now the club is focused on giving fans a victory. >> i think the fans, you know, when they have a team to root for and a team that has a chance to be a winner every year, it's a lot more exciting for them. like i said, they've been
through a lot, a lot with this organization. >> it's fun. these guys are enjoying it. it's a fun time for them. it's not a stressful time. it's what we want to be. >> again edwin jackson gets the start today. first pitch is at 1:07. i'll have live reports from nationals park all day starting at noon. that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm kristen berset. have a great wednesday. >> thank you so much, kristen. here's a look at traffic on 95 at route 32. things look great. an accident route 332 in the left lane, southbound bw parkway ramp to powder mill road, two separate accidents. i'll have more on traffic coming up at 6:30. you're watching 9news now. stay with us.
good morning. we're back at 6:28. this is always the place to get your weather first. here's a live look at the u.s. capitol building. you can see there it is 58 degrees and the sky is still pretty dark. things are changing. we'll be falling back soon. thank you for starting your wednesday with us. i'm andrea roane. for those of us who get up in the dark every morning to come to work, it's not so bad when it gets dark early because you can fall asleep sooner. i'm mike hydeck. howard bernstein is live on the weather terrace. >> light winds. a little bit on the muggy or
humid side, if you will. temperatures in the mid- to upper 50s in town. well west of us, it is a chilly start. we have low 40s in the shenandoah valley. here's a look at the day planner. we're looking off to the west, southwest in northwest d.c. a little bit of low cloudiness but not too bad at all. we're overcast, 57. 65 by noon. we'll get the sun to break out here later this morning. this afternoon looks very nice with sunshine, highs upper 60s to low 70s. winds out of the southwest. you see our satellite and radar where we've got the showers which have been hanging out across coastal jersey and southern new england. around here, some spotty drizzle. got some in southern maryland being reported. visibility westminster now down to zero. watch out there and in the mountains of west virginia as well we've got some fog. i'll be back in a few minutes looking ahead to the weekend. right now inside to monika with timesaver traffic. this is the time i say uh- oh and uh-oh because an accident was reported on the beltway north of town in silver
spring. they're telling us it's in the right center lane. as you travel north of town, watch out for that accident. we'll keep you posted on that situation. overall 270 is not looking too bad. gaithersburg down to rockville and bethesda. a live look a little further north on 270. here's what it looks like at route 109. brake lights all the way to 121 before that pace improves. back over to the maps and this time we'll head over to the inside of the beltway. looking good on 66, 395, even 295 not too bad. 46 miles an hour heading up toward the 11th street bridge. another live look outside. this time we're taking a look here at 95 at backlick road in newington. looking go till you get to springfield where it slows heading for the beltway. we'll be back with more at 6:43. cbs this morning just 30 minutes away. >> that is why the lovely gayle king is joining us this morning previewing the show. what are you talking about this morning, gayle? >> what did you call me, mike? the what? >> i called you the lovely gayle king. >> the lovely gayle king. that is really one of my
favorite words. how nice of you to use it on me. thank you. i love the word "lovely." i do i love that word. we'll take you insood the u.s. con-- inside the u.s. consulate. one security agent escaped through a bathroom window but was not able to rescue the ambassador. john miller has new information about the security breakdown. can a simple breast test tell if you have a deadly disease like cancer? a top doctor from cleveland clinic shows us the new technology. he says no needles or x-rays required. those stories and more when we see you at 7:00. i think it's a shame at 57 i'm still terrifed of needles, mike and andrea. back to you. >> thank you, gayle. >> we understand. the lovely gayle king. perhaps it will be a little home cooking for the washington nationals that will help them pull ahead in the national league division series. >> right now they're tied a game a piece as they host the st. louis cardinals in game three of the series.
kristin fisher is right there in nats park with more on today's game. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. just simply a fact that we're having this post-game -- post- season game here at nats park, such a huge deal when you think about it. the last time this city had a post-season baseball game was back in 1933. prohibition had just ended. there was no such thing as sz. and the average -- as social security and the average cost of a home just $6,000. it's pretty amazing. joining me now chief operating officer of the washington nationals andy feffer. when you look back at how long this has been, 79 years. is it hard to believe that you're here today? >> it's amazing. i look out on the field and sow the post-season logos. the franchise is only 7 years old. who thought at the beginning of the year we would be talking post-season baseball for the first time. >> reporter: everywhere you look you see the hash tag post-
season natitude. talk about how the fans and the media have embraced this young team and it's taken off. >> october natitude starts here. our players inspired it with their play. the fans adopted it. there's this energy and vibe you feel not just the ballpark but in washington. a community that has rallied around the team. in the middle of the election and politics and contention there, everybody in washington is together on the nationals. >> reporter: as we stand here on the field, it's so quiet but you can still almost feel the excitement building. can you put into words what this moment means for you personally and the team? >> i've been in sports for almost 25 years. this is the first time i've even been near the post-season to have a team do that. i think as a washingtonian myself, the fact that the city of washington has a baseball team, we didn't have one for 30 years till seven years ago. now we're in the post season. it's a pretty special moment for everyone from washington to
celebrate it as a group. let's support the nats and we're not done yet. we're just getting started in the post season. i always like to say anything can happen in october. >> reporter: anything can ppen. thank you so much. appreciate t. bryce harper was quoted in the post back in june as saying one of the things he loved about this team, this city, the fans, how much he felt like he belonged here and really just loved being a part of this city. so everybody out there, if you're coming to this game, hang on. hang o. here we go. if you're coming to this game, rock the red. gates open 10:30. hope to see you there. also standing room only tickets. 9:00 a.m. limited quantity going on sale. you can only pick them up at the box office. back to you guys. >> kristin, thank you. here's a fan the nats can do without. the f.b.i. wants you to take a good look at the man in this surveillance photo. he's wanted for robbing a td bank on connecticut avenue on friday. police say he handed the teller a note demanding money.
then took off in a cab. the man was last seen wearing a dark suit and tie and dark nationals baseball hat and sunglasses. former d.c. council chair kwame brown is in more trouble this morning. he's been placed under a curfew in order to make weekly visits with court officials. this order came yesterday after brown failed to make three required phone calls. he resigned as you remember last june after pleading guilty to bank fraud and a misdemeanor campaign finance violation. an angry judge richard leon told brown he's not putting himself in the best position ahead of his sentencing and warned him not to, quote, tempt fate. howard brooks should learn his fate later today. brooks was the former campaign consultant to d.c. mayor vincent gray who admitted to secretly funneling money to former candidate suleman brown. it was all part after campaign designed to improve gray's chances when it came to the election. the 64-year-old brooks pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice last may. officers suspected foul
play almost from the beginning. now a reporter's death has been ruled murder and they're looking for her killer. sarah libby greenhalgh was found dead in her burning home in july. we learned yesterday she died from a gunshot wound to her neck. she worked for the winchester star. lawyers for jerry sandusky say they plan to appeal his lengthy sentence on child sex abuse charges. several of sandusky's victims were in a pennsylvania courtroom tuesday when a judge sentenced sandusky to at least 30 years behind bars. the former penn state assistant football coach will be 98 years old before he can even be considered for parole. >> key have imposed a sentence of many centuries. there's really no point to it. he impose add life sentence. >> before sentencing, sandusky addressed the judge and maintained his innocence. he will now undergo psychological and medical exams before he's assigned to prison. get this. airline screeners in japan let a guy armed to the teeth board
a plane to los angeles. the guy walked off the plane into lax wearing a trench coat. underneath that trench coat bulletproof body armor, flame retardant pants. so then authorities said probably should check his luggage. when they did that they found a hatchet, knives, smoke grenade, three billy clubs, even a biohazards suit. >> what are they saying in japan? another high powered executive is feeling the heat for chopping down trees overlooking the c&o canal on the potomac. lockheed's c.e.o. robert stevens admits he cleared 25,000 square feet of trees located when the prestigious merry go round enclave off river road. redskin owner dan snyder also ran into trouble for cutting down trees without permission. he lives up the street from stevens. a lawyer for stevens says he had the woods thinned out because last june's derecho caused so much damage on his property. the executive says he paid
$1,000 fine and is working closely with montgomery county authorities to restore the land to its natural beauty. time right now 16:38. i'm -- is 6:38. i'm jessica doyle. i'm watching your money and holiday shopping. just 75 days till christmas. you done yet? a lot of people actually are not waiting to find a deal this year. joining us now with more is tray from retail me notes. insider magazine. tray, what's going on? people are shopping super early this year. >> you know, it's really interesting. we conducted a poll of consumer affairs and found that 40% of people are starting their shopping before november. so what this is creating is an extended holiday shopping period that we've actually coined octonovdec. >> i love it but i also love a bargain and a deal. you know some ways to get some. tell us. >> absolutely. first of all i urge customers before making a purchase to do a little due dill generally.
use consumer shopping tools like price comparison sites, google shopping, things like that to find retailers that have the lowest prices on the items you're looking for the next step is to utilize a coupon site like retailmenot to look for coupons from the retailers and then you decide where to make your purchase. because people are shopping so early, retailers are responding and trying to engage those consumers so there will be great deals to be found right now. >> it's unbelievable to think that you can do your christmas shopping now. so another way to save this year, you suggest maybe thinking about putting our gift list on a diet. tell us about that. >> yes. i really feel that people are buying for too many people and they're also spending too much. we found that seven in ten people intend to spend up to $100 per person and actually two in ten intend to go up to $250 per person. my suggestion would be cut that back quite a bit and also maybe do a white elephant for the
family. choose one person to buy for or just buy for the kids because eight not necessarily to buy for absolutely everyone, especially when everyone is on a tight budget. >> last question for you. you said think about next year already? >> yes, yes. start a christmas club for yourself. every paycheck put a little bit aside so by the time holiday time rolls around, you have a nice chunk to be able to spend and doesn't feel like such a hit on your paycheck around holiday time. >> trae, big friend of 9 news now, thank you for coming in. >> thanks for having me. speaking of holiday shopping, what do you get the person who has everything? how about a palatial henhouse like this one and it ain't cheap. coming up we go inside the pages and the price of the new niemann marcus holiday catalogue. you are watching 9news now. i don't spend money
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it's 6:44 and 58 degrees. early this morning, first of all, a tree down 27th street at broad branch. it's right at the edge of rock creek park. also an accident on the outer loop of the beltway before georgia avenue. crews just moved it to the shoulder but look at what it left for you. 16 miles an hour from at least new hampshire avenue now heading westbound toward georgia avenue where again your lanes were just reopened. but it left all of that slow traffic for you right at the height of rush hour. we'll go over to our live picture and show what you it looks like closer in to college park and the brake lights again begin just past this point closer to new hampshire avenue. let's go back over to the maps and this time to the other side of town. inbound i-66 has been incident free. slow out of manassas and are inville. this time northbound 95 in springfield, just a bit slow as you head for 395 and duke street. we'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:58. back to you guys. >> thank you, monika. it 16:45. howard is here and the day --
it is 6:45. howard is here and the day will improve. >> first pitch, do you need a jacket if headed out for the nats game? >> i don't think especially the sunny seats. in the shade maybe. like a light swed shirt. -- light sweat shirt. eight going to be a really good day once we get rid of the early clouds, fog and spotty drizzle. we start with the bus stop forecast. we've got temperatures right now i'm way ahead of myself. let's get to the bus stop forecast. temperatures this morning, you know, we've got 39 in win chester but most areas in the 40s north and west to mid- to upper 50s in town with patchy fog and spotty drizzle. today is going to end up being a good day with skies becoming sunnier as we get toward mid and late morning. 65 by lunch time. high about 71 with a 4:00 p.m. temperature of 70. this evening going to be out, i think you'll need a jacket certainly after dark. sunset about 6:36. we're looking at 61 degrees at 8:00 p.m. going into the 40s tonight. the front is coming through late today. ahead of the front
southwesterly winds. 66 for first pitch. over at nats park. by the later innings, we should be close to 70. so 66, mike, i think you can handle that, certainly if you're in the sunshine. should be all right without a jacket. 56 in easton. patuxent river naval air station 59. winchester 20 degrees colder at 39 with fredricksburg at 55. same story in baltimore. almost getting a little bit light now. you can see the cloudy skies here. decent visibility in town. we've got the fog in places like westminster, parts of the eastern shore and the mountains. officially 57 degrees under the clouds at national with the humidity at 88%. and a west, southwest wind at 6 miles an hour. that cold front, well, you can see what it's doing as it comes through michigan and ontario here, northwest ohio with showers. but most of this if not all of it will stay north of the mason- dixon line. while the front is expected to come through late this afternoon, the threat of any showers with it will be very low. we'll get rid of the early clouds, sun sine for the mimedz of -- turn sunny for the middle of the day and the afternoon.
here comes this front about 6:45 or so of clouds. some colder air moves in tonight. the mountains well west of here, far western maryland and west virginia will see some freeze watches for tonight. then tomorrow will be a sunny day and just a little bit cooler. highs in the low to mid-60s. the forecast nice. early clouds and fog. we turn sunny, 71. tonight mid-40s in town with mid- to upper 30s north and west. tomorrow 64. it will be cool. again 30s and 40s friday morning but friday sunny, 66. your weekend good news. saturday 68. sunday skins and ravens both home, 77 with mid-70s monday. we'll see if a storm or not develops, whether or not it develops on the coast late monday into tuesday. mike and andrea, back to you. 6:48. time to answer today's question of the morning. >> here it s. "u.s.a. today" says just 3% of americans admit to eating in one of these places of the is it -- of these places.
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drizzle. looking good for the nats. a 5:00 p.m. temperature of 69. here's a check of the news before you go. washington nationals game three of the nl series against the st. louis cardinals. carpenter against edwin jackson here at home. first pitch 1:07 this afternoon. the death toll from annual outbreak of fungal meningitis has reached at least 11. the cdc says more than 100 people in ten states have gotten sick if steroid shots used to treat back pain. our time 16:54. -- is 6:54. we'll have one more look at weather and traffic when we return. >> see you right after this.
edwin jackson. on the hill at 1:00. can you see that? got a little "w" on there. we've been talking about the pitchers taking the mound. edwin jackson has had some rough starts but some success. when he starts out good, he's great. >> keep your fingers crossed. send your good vibes to edwin jackson. we've done good against st. louis. >> going to be an awesome crowd today. >> standing room only tickets available. >> weather wise beautiful. we've got some clouds early but we're going to turn sunny today. 71 this afternoon. first pitch temp about 66. i wish i was going to the park today. 64 tomorrow. we cool down. nice right through the weekend for the skins and ravens games as well. this video just in from our kevin king. a tree down blocking 27th street at broad branch road. it's right at the edge of rock
creek park. i know crews are working on it so be aware of that situation. 27th add broad branch. -- at broad branch. after 95 in college park, just getting word of an accident. a quick look at our graphics of course. go nats. take metro. i subject blue and orange lines to capitol south station. about .8 of a mile from the stadium. as for wall street we had a bunch of decent earnings come out after the bell, but right now we are still looking a little bit lower. we'll see how it goes. cbs this morning is next. they'll have more on tomorrow's vice presidential debate. >> howard and i will be back in just 25 minutes with a live update on traffic and weather. while at work today or the nats game, get updates on news, weather and traffic by visiting us at wusa9.com. the game is sold out but 9:00 a.m. they do have some standing only tickets. we'll see you back here tomorrow morning at 4:25. go nats!